Recruiting is rising for OL Bugg

Dinwiddie, Va. junior offensive tackle Toddric Bugg is beginning to garner college interest. The 6-foot-4, 268-pounder is receiving looks from across a variety of schools mostly across the East Coast. Find out more about him inside.
"I've got a few people sending me letters," he said. "I've got Duke, Connecticut, Wisconsin and Rutgers. Virginia and Virginia Tech have sent questionnaires."
Bugg is looking for something specific out of his future school.
"I really want to go to any spread team cause I like the spread," he said. "I like Missouri a lot, Cincinnati, East Carolina, West Virginia and Marshall. I just like any spread team."
Aside from that, a few other things are important in Bugg's decision.
"The main thing for me is my education, I want to get a good education if I don't make it to the next level. I want to make decent money and take care of my family," he said. "I haven't thought about what I want to study, but I'm thinking about that now."
Bugg earned all-tri-cities and second team all-district as a junior this past season.
His coach, Billy Mills broke down his talented lineman more.
"He's got good feet and is a pretty good player," he said. "He's got really long arms and runs really well for a kid his size. He's a 5.1 or 5.0 guy and is a great pass protector. He started as a freshman and then had medical issues as a sophomore. He came back really strong this past year and helped us rush for 2,800-yards, the most ever at the school. He is one of our best offensive linemen.
"Aside from that, he's a great kid. He's solid in the classroom and a great practice player. He works hard too."